Pula is one of the most visited tourist destination in Croatia with a wide assortment of private apartments, villas, cheap hostels and hotels. Pula is a sea coast city perfect for holidays in Croatia. Book one of our authentic apartments from our offer in Pula and enjoy the spirit and uniqueness of the Mediterranean.
On the southernmost part of the Istrian peninsula, at the very end of a Pula Bay, there is Pula, a beautiful city, more than 3000 years old. It is full of many cultural and historical monuments, the most famous one being Arena. It is a magnificent amphitheater from the 2nd century, and the sixth largest in the world. Numerous tourist buildings are located outside the town, in thich pine forests along the sea. You can choose from a wide range of apartments, holiday houses, hotels, villas in great areas and near to the main attractions in Pula. The Pula apartments are mostly well-maintained and competitively priced.
The other attraction of this town is its mild climate - the sun shines for 2350 hours in Pula. There are two marinas in the town, and nautical tourism is starting to develop. Pula is also a known congress center (the large congress hall in Hotel Histria). The town can be reached by various means of transportation, and there is an airport in the immediate vicinity of Pula (6 km), which meets the requirements of international air traffic. Pula is also a center of sport tourism due to its numerous high quality sports facilities (tennis courts, sports halls, football stadiums, track-and-field courses, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, water sports facilities, etc.) as well as its proximity to an airport.
In Pula, the apartments, houses, private rooms and hostels provide the the best value for your accommodation budget. Renting apartments can be an economical choice for groups as the cost is usually much lower than renting a room in the hotel.
- the Croatian Film Festival (July)
- the Pop Music Festival 'Arena', held in Arena (July)
- Art & Music Festival - the rock music festival (in August)
- Triumphal Arch of the Sergi - Golden gate
- The Temple of Augustus
- City Hall
- mosaic The Punishment of Dirce
- Twin Gates and City Walls
- Gate of Hercules
- Church and Monastery of Saint Francis
- Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
- Orthodox Church of Saint Nicholas
- Chapel of Saint Maria Formosa
- Historical Museum of Istria
- Archaeological Museum of Istria
- Small Roman Theater
- Naval cemetery
- House of the Armed Forces
- Austrian architecture
Many apartment owners in Pula and elsewhere in Istria expect you to stay for at least three nights with 30% reservation fee. On-season you may be expected to stay for seven nights, especially in private accomodation.